Very nice cathedral, probably the best thing in Lund. Something which you should not miss and which is only 10 minutes on foot from the railway station.
I would recommend to visit the Cathedral with a guide, because there are plenty of stories to tell. The Cathedral is very majestic and with a colorful history. And one of the main attractions is of course the astronomic clock which plays every day at 15.00 (at least during the summertime)
Lund cathedral is more than 1000 year old and it can be called as major attraction in the city. Long history is associated with this spectacular cathedral.
This is the major attraction in Lund. If you haven't seen many big cathedral before this is a must-see! If you on the other hand have seen other big European cathedrals before, then I don't find this one special. Anyway, it's in the very center of the downtown area, so it is difficult to miss anyway, and there is no... More
It is open, uncrowded in the evening and beautiful. Check out the working clock just inside the front doors o the left, it is huge and operational. Organ recitals are daily at 10 am and is something to behold.
If you like to visit churches, this is a must. More then 900 years old and important history for both Sweden and Denmark. Light a candle, feel the athmosphere and look at the amazing astronomical clock Horologium mirabile Lundense.
The sheer existance of a romanesque cathedral in the far north of Europe is an attraction in itself, and it is beautiful inside. Worth a detour. Beside the old university the cathedral is the main attraction of the picturesque town of Lund which has managed to keep its medieval central town area more or less intact.
This church is a big, beautiful stone structure. The astronomical clock is very cool to see (and working as far as I can tell). Also, at the back of the church there are steps that go down into the crypt, which is also very interesting to see. The age, size, and construction of this church make it a sight to... More
Actually attended a Baptism at the church. The clock within the church is a must see. Also, must see and read the legend of the giant/midget carved into the pillars in the basement. The list of bishops is impressive too since it goes back to the 1600's
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